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'Painful to watch': Gladys Liu calls for peaceful end to Hong Kong protests

SBS Thursday, 15 August 2019
Hong Kong-born politician Gladys Liu has discussed the Hong Kong protests with SBS News.
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HONG KONG — Activists in Hong Kong continued to protest the Hong Kong government for the tenth weekend in a row. The protests are against an extradition bill that would allow suspects to be extradited for trial to mainland China. Those against the bill believe that Beijing may use it as a way to...

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